Amish Diwanji

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PURPOSE The aim of this study was to compare the microleakage of glass ionomers (conventional and resin modified) with that of recently introduced nanoionomers. MATERIALS AND METHODS Standardized class I and class V cavities were prepared on 120 young permanent teeth. Samples were equally divided into group I (class I restorations) and group II (class V(More)
Oral habits in form of digit/thumb sucking are common phenomenon and part of childhood behavior. They are normally associated with oral pleasure, hunger, anxiety, and sometimes psychological disturbances. Chronic practice can cause major orthopedic alterations to the skeletal structures of the oral cavity and lower face. Aversive approaches in form of(More)
BACKGROUND Determination of correct working length is one of the keys to success in endodontic therapy. AIM The aim of this study was to evaluate the diagnostic efficacy of various methods to determine working length of root canal. MATERIALS AND METHODS Tactile method was assessed using digital radiography and compared with electronic method using apex(More)
A thorough background in craniofacial growth and development is necessary for every dentist. An important concept in the study of growth and development is variability. Cephalometrics is an important part of morphological diagnostic procedures to assess craniofacial growth and development. The aim of this study was to obtain cephalometric norms for Mewari(More)
AIM To develop a simple method to assess the level of anxiety by using children's drawings and correlating them with Frankl's behavior rating scale. MATERIALS AND METHODS A total of 178 patients aged of 3 to 14 years were handed out two-page forms which contained three sections on coloring and drawing, along with general information, and Frankl's behavior(More)
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